JMET 2010 Cutoffs.
JMET 2010 Cutoffs | Question Papers
The JMET exam conducted on 12thDec was of easy level as compared to the previous year. The test had total time limit of 180 minutes. The positive marks per question were 1 marks and negative marks –0.25. Each question had 4 options. The breakup of questions according to sectional area is given below.
This section was moderate in Difficulty level. The questions on algebra were mostly from P&C, Probability and Set theory followed closely by Progressions. At least 5-6 questions should definitely have been attempted. The questions on Higher Math were from Complex numbers,
Higher Trigonometry, Integration and its application and LPP.The questions on arithmetic were from Percentage, Ratio and Time speed and distance. The Number system questions were based on basic properties and should have been attempted. The possible cutoff score could be 14. The time allocation could be 50 minutes.
This section was easy as compared to previous years. There were 5 questions directly on
Synonyms and Antonyms, while 2 questions were part of a sentence, from which a synonym
was required to be found. Continuing the trend of the previous year, there were questions on
Grammar testing knowledge of Reported Speech. The Fill in the Blanks questions were based on Vocabulary as well as Grammar. There were 4 passages. Some of the questions were grammar based, vocabulary based, fact based and inference based. The possible cutoff score could be
13. The time allocation could be 40 minutes.
The difficulty level of this section ranged from easy to Moderate. There were 6 logical caselets of which 1 was a little confusing .The rest of the sets were easy. At least 14 questions should have been attempted. The Logical Comparison questions were easy. The Critical reasoning questions were based on Statement-Assumption and drawing out Logical conclusions. These should have been left out. The possible cutoff score could be 17. The time allocation could be 40 minutes.
This section was the easiest one as compared to other sections. There were 4 caselets on tables comprising 3 questions each, of which at least 3 should have been definitely attempted. The 3 sets on bar Graph and 2 sets on pie chart were easy but calculative. One of the sets on bar graph required observation skills and should have been definitely attempted. The easiest of the sets were from Venn diagram. The possible cutoff score could be 17. The time allocation could be 50 minutes.